Latest News / New Dheli – Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh requested to an Anti-corruption worker Anna Hazare to end his hunger strike, on Thursday AP reported.
Shortly after the meeting began, Anna Hazare arrived and addressed his followers. He said doctors asked him to look for medical involvement but the voice of my conscience does not allow me to accept medical help right now.
The government has programmed an all party conference for Wednesday to discuss the difference over the anti corruption regulator.
With Hazare increasing weaker after losing more than 12 pounds, according to his aides, Singh wrote to express concern over his health and ask him to end his hunger strike.
I have no pause in saying that we need your views and actions in the service of the nation, from a robust physical condition and not in the context of frail or failing health.
Singh said he told the activist’s concern over corruption and existing to ask Parliament, already debating the government’s anti-corruption bill, to consider Hazare’s version as well.
Hazare has demanded the proposed watchdog have greater powers as well as the authority to investigate the judiciary and the prime minister.